Transfers: Former Mount St. Mary’s Attackman Luke Frankeny Chooses Richmond, More NEC Movement

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Dan Chemotti and the Richmond Spiders have landed the services of Mount St. Mary’s grad transfer attackman Luke Frankeny.

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Who Is The Real Attack U?

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A yearly debate amongst college lacrosse fans is who in fact can brand themselves as the “U” at various positions. In this series, Lacrosse Bucket is taking a look at the Attack position and analyzing the the top 10 programs who that could lay claim to being Attack “U.”

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How Did First-Year Head Coaches Fare in 2021?

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The 2021 season was certainly not a normal one. While this were pretty normal by Memorial Day, restrictions and pauses added challenges that nobody had ever had to deal with before. Add in the fact of being a first-year head coach and that can certainly make things even more difficult.

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Can Rutgers’ Defense Continue to Trend Upwards in 2022?

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Brian Brecht and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights have had, perhaps, the best summer of any college lacrosse program to date, bringing in six transfers to pad the Scarlet Knights’ roster in 2022.

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How Many Players Were From Outside of North America in 2021?

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*Note: This article was contributed to Lacrosse Bucket by Ian Stephenson and only includes teams who played in 2021. This list is based on the listed hometown of the players.*

During the 2021 college lacrosse season, 28 players at the NCAA level across all three divisions hailed from outside of Canada, First Nations, and the United States. Of those 28 players, 14 of them suited up in DII while 12 played at the DIII level, and two were on DI rosters.

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Jack Kiernan Returning to Siena For Fifth Season

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After a 2021 season in which the Siena Saints went 0-8, losing by an average of 1.875 goals, and ending the year with a 12-11 loss against eventual MAAC champions Monmouth in the conference quarterfinals, Liam Gleason’s squad will be returning their top-leading scorer.

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Brian Cameron to Play His Final Two Seasons of College Lacrosse at Rutgers

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Brian Brecht and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights have added yet picked up another transfer for the 2022 season as former North Carolina attackman Brian Cameron plans to join the Scarlet Knights next season. Kyle Devitte of New England Lacrosse Journal was the first to report the news on Thursday night. Cameron will have two years of eligibility left after graduating from Carolina.

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Asher Nolting Returning to High Point For Fifth Season, More Transfer Portal Movement

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The 2021 season was a special season for Jon Torpey and the High Point Panthers as they won the SoCon and made their second NCAA Tournament appearance in program history.

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Transfers: Tehoka Nanticoke Enters The Transfer Portal, Rutgers Adds Another Grad Transfer

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Former UAlbany attackman Tehoka Nanticoke has entered the NCAA Transfer Portal as an undergrad. Inside Lacrosse’s Ty Xanders was the first to report the news on Tuesday afternoon.

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